I write poetry inspired by Torah in all its forms – the text itself, Jewish traditions of midrash and aggadah, myth, mysticism, and the embodied experience of my own life. My poems often begin as a conversation with the weekly parasha (Torah portion). Others are prompted by a transition in the seasons and the spiral of the Jewish year. I invite you to explore some of my recent poetry offerings below.

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“We are the watchers along the shores/
guarding these waters, and those who pass through them”

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